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Donald A Johnson, Dave Conklin: Data logger for a post-mix beverage dispensing system. The Coca Cola Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, January 24, 1989: US04800492 (90 worldwide citation)

A data logger for a post-mix beverage dispensing system in a fast food restaurant includes a data logger control box and drink counting software for operating a microprocessor coupled to the logger control box. The microprocessor can determine the number and size of drinks sold in the restaurant for ...


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Gastone P Bello, John W Lyle, Donald A Johnson: Transdermal drug delivery device and method for its manufacture. Algos Pharmaceutical Corporation, Dilworth & Barrese, April 9, 1996: US05505958 (78 worldwide citation)

A transdermal drug delivery device possessing a drug-storing matrix and at least one drug delivery device-securing component is manufactured from the same flexible cellular thermoplastic resin workpiece.


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Dodd W Fong, John E Hoots, Donald A Johnson: Modified acrylamide polymers used as scale inhibitors. Nalco Chemical Company, Joan I Norek, John G Premo, Donald G Epple, January 31, 1989: US04801388 (59 worldwide citation)

Water supplies are treated to inhibit the formation of scale deposits of alkaline earth phosphates, phosphonates, sulphates and carbonates using various hydrocarbon polymers which contain an amido functionality and which have been prepared by post-polymerization derivatization.


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Barbara E Moriarty, James J Hickey, Wayne H Hoy, John E Hoots, Donald A Johnson: Continuous on-stream monitoring of cooling tower water. Nalco Chemical Company, Kinzer Plyer Dorn McEachran & Jambor, February 12, 1991: US04992380 (57 worldwide citation)

The performance of a treating agent added to a body of water employed in a cooling tower is continuously monitored by real-time analysis of a spectral or chemical characteristic of an inert tracer proportioned to the treating agent, said characteristic being indicative of tracer concentration, and c ...


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Gastone P Bello, John W Lyle, Donald A Johnson: Nonocclusive drug delivery device and process for its manufacture. PharmaDyn, Dilworth & Barrese, February 10, 1998: US05716621 (55 worldwide citation)

A nonocclusive drug delivery device includes (a) an open cell, flexible, oleophilic thermoplastic resin foam layer, (b) a substantially moisture vapor permeable, liquid impermeable, flexible thermoplastic barrier layer bonded to the upper surface of the foam layer, (c) a pressure sensitive adhesive ...


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Donald A Johnson: Method for prevention of phosphonate decomposition by chlorine. Nalco Chemical Company, John G Premo, Donald G Epple, February 10, 1987: US04642194 (44 worldwide citation)

The decomposition of phosphonates by chlorine in industrial process waters can be diminished or prevented by treating such waters with certain water-soluble nitrogen-containing compounds.


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John E Hoots, Donald A Johnson, Dodd W Fong, James F Kneller: Cooling water corrosion inhibition method. Nalco Chemical Company, John G Premo, Anthony L Cupoli, Donald G Epple, June 21, 1988: US04752443 (41 worldwide citation)

A method for inhibiting corrosion in industrial cooling waters which contain hardness and a pH of at least 6.5, by dosing the water with a composition which comprises a water-soluble inorganic phosphate capable of inhibiting corrosion in an aqueous alkaline environment and a hydrocarbon polymer cont ...


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Jeffrey T Kernan, Donald A Johnson, Charles W Russ IV: Multilayer multipole. Hewlett Packard Company, March 29, 1994: US05298745 (40 worldwide citation)

Multipole technology is used generally for charged particle optics which includes separating, focusing, or collimating "charged particles" (i.e., ions, electrons, etc.). A primary application of multipole technology is mass filters and particularly quadrupole mass filters. A quadrupole mass filter h ...


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Sang Hea Shim, Dennis P Bakalik, Donald A Johnson, Bo Yang, Frank F Lu: Carbon steel corrosion inhibitors. Nalco Chemical Company, James J Drake, Robert A Miller, December 31, 1996: US05589106 (39 worldwide citation)

The prevention of corrosion on the surfaces of metallic pipes, heat exchangers, and the like which are in contact with industrial cooling waters, and particularly industrial cooling waters containing low levels of hardness is controlled utilizing a corrosion inhibiting amount of a composition includ ...


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John E Hoots, Donald A Johnson, Dodd W Fong, James F Kneller: Cooling water corrosion inhibition method. Nalco Chemical Company, Anthony L Cupoli, Donald G Epple, May 29, 1990: US04929425 (38 worldwide citation)

A method for inhibiting corrosion in industrial cooling waters which contain hardness and a pH of at least 6.5, by dosing the water with a composition which comprises a water-soluble inorganic phosphate capable of inhibiting corrosion in an aqueous alkaline environment and a hydrocarbon polymer cont ...



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